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1 SCRAMx: The Story of Continuous Alcohol Monitoring Presenter Name and Date Making a Difference.

2 Mission Changing the game to revolutionize alcohol offender management CAM + House Arrest Recidivism rates for alcohol offenders have been virtually unchanged for the last 30 years! AMS delivers an enabling technology and service platform that changes the way the corrections industry can manage alcohol offenders.

3 Making a Difference. AMS Timeline 1991 Original AMS patent filed 1997 ► AMS formally established as a company, prototype completed 2002 Began 18-month BETA with Michigan DOC 2003 ► SCRAM introduced; AMS creates CAM category; second set of patent applications submitted prior to launch 2006 ► SCRAM adopted by courts in 40 states 2007 ► SCRAM reaches 100 million alcohol-test milestone; used in 44 states; second set of patents granted 2008 ► AMS launches smaller, lighter version of SCRAM bracelet; third set of patent applications submitted 2009 ► SCRAM now in 48 states; more than 120,000 clients monitored 2010 ► AMS launches SCRAMx (CAM + house arrest) 2011 ► SCRAMx increases compliance from 76% to 83%; 220,000 clients monitored; 20M monitored days; 830M tests performed ► ►

4 Making a Difference. The Problems We Are Solving 40% of all offenders are alcohol involved when arrested 1.4 million DUI arrests every year 80% of domestic violence is alcohol related Jails and prisons are overcrowded The system is overwhelmed Recidivism rates remain unchanged The hardcore drunk driver (HCDD) persists Traditional methods have not produced better results

5 Making a Difference. Predominately focusing on:  Often drive with a high BAC of  Incur repeated DUI arrests  Are highly resistant to behavioral change  Are 385x more likely to be involved in a fatal crash than non-drinking drivers Sources: Century Council, National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHSTA), Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF) The Hardcore Drunk Driver... Every state’s problem

6 Making a Difference. SCRAMx Solution PRODUCT Court-validated, industry-proven technology for 24/7 accountability PROGRAMS Contingency management models that can be adapted to a specific application SERVICES Professional management of turnkey, custom CAM programs by AMS’ channel organization 225,000 monitored in last six years Tailored to federal, state, and local requirements Serving more than 1,800+ jurisdictions nationwide 220,000+ offenders monitored since 2003 Integrating components to deliver the SCRAMx advantage

7 Making a Difference. SCRAMx Product SCRAMx System Components SCRAMx Bracelet monitors for alcohol and curfew compliance Base Station receives data from bracelet Data transmits – via wireless or analog – from base station to SCRAM NET SCRAM NET is the central database and repository for analysis and reporting Innovation:

8 Making a Difference. Why CAM? Breathalyzer test 7 AM Offender starts drinking 6 PM Breathalyzer test 5 PM Offender peaks Offender is sober 6 AM Breathalyzer test 7 AM Unless you're lucky, random tests miss most drinking events. Offenders can drink around random breathalyzer tests. Alcohol metabolizes quickly: Random vs. Continuous Testing

9 Making a Difference. SCRAMx Programs Adaptability:  Prevalent throughout federal, state, and local levels of the criminal justice system  A djustable contingency management enables supervision authorities to ratchet sanctions or incentives up or down based on behavior SCRAMx Applications Parole / Re-entry Treatment / Recovery Probation Sheriffs’ Departments Specialty Courts Pretrial

10 Making a Difference. Alcohol-related offenses: 2,804,595 (20% of total arrests) DUI Public Order Domestic Violence U.S. Corrections Summary Alcohol-related offenders: 2,737,044 (37% of total corrections) Probation Parole PrisonJail Correctional Supervision Annual Arrests Source: FBI US Crime Stats million supervised

11 Annual Snapshot: Drunk Driving ‒ 2011 DUI  1.4 million DUI annual arrests*  65% conviction rate*  910,000 convictions  70% fit description of hardcore drunk drivers (HCDDs)*  630,000 HCDDs  Approximately only 23% of HCDDs ordered to monitoring programs* *FBI Crime Statistics, 2011 *National Highway Traffic Safety Association *The Century Council MONITORED UNMONITORED = HUGE opportunity to MAKE A DIFFERENCE through increased monitoring HCDD DUI DUI = 100,000 offenders *Includes CAM (2011), Ignition Interlock (2008), and 24/7 Sobriety (2011) programs HC D KEY: Monitoring Programs Make a Difference.

12 Making a Difference. AMS HCDD Snapshot ‒ 2011 Targeting the hardcore drunk driver DUI = 100,000 offenders KEY: DUI  Estimated 630,000 HCDD arrests annually nationwide  70% of all DUI arrests  47,405 HCDDs monitored in 2011 (70% of the 67,721 clients who completed SCRAMx programs in 2011)  About 8% of all HCDDs nationwide ordered to SCRAMx in 2011 *The Century Council Targeting the balance HCDD DUI HC D HCDDs Arrested Annually Nationwide (2011) HCDDs Ordered to SCRAMx in 2011

13 Making a Difference. Lifetime Statistics AMS Lifetime Stats – from 2003 through 3/1/2012 Lifetime% Last 12 Months % Overview Total Clients Monitored: 220,30167,721 Total Readings: 838,113,333261,488,258 Total Monitored Days: 20,433,2255,285,258 Alcohol Compliance* Clients Completed: 205,86953,172 Compliant: 157,85377%44,21383% Noncompliant 48,01623%7,82317% Confirmed Violations 0 157,85339,516 1 – 2 32,7535,748 3 – 5 15,2632,075 Average days on program: 9197 Average daily noncompliance: Average days to first situation: 5362 * Compliance is defined as no drinking or tampering while on the device

14 Making a Difference. An Interesting Correlation…

15 Making a Difference. Smart Justice FOR: Smart Supervision Behavioral Risk Monitoring Intensity Cost to Monitor BALANCING:

16 Making a Difference. Integrated Supervision ALCOHOL MONITORING CONTINUUM Dynamically adjustable mix of continuous, scheduled, and random testing HIGH BEHAVIORAL RISK LOW BEHAVIORAL RISK ▲▲ ▲ MODERATE BEHAVIORAL RISK Jail / Prison $50-75 per day Pharma- Injectable $33 per day SCRAMx $11 per day SCRAM $9.5 per day *Alcohol Biomarkers $8-12 per test $3-4 per day Supervised 2x Breath Random Testing $4-8 per day Ignition Interlock $2.5-3 per day

17 Making a Difference. Case Study – Noncompliant Offender Repeat DUI or High BAC Conviction Jail – SCRAMx Random/Ignition Interlock TIME by MONTHS RISK Adjusting up for noncompliance Adjusting down for compliance and time served – –––––– – – 12 Time Competed CAM + House Arrest – CAM – Random – SCRAM SCRAMx SCRAM Random/Ignition Interlock ▲ Confirmed alcohol consumption from random test

18 Making a Difference. Case Study – Compliant Offender Hardcore Drunk Driver Conviction Jail – SCRAMx Random/Ignition Interlock TIME by MONTHS RISK Adjusting up for noncompliance Adjusting down for compliance and time served – –––––– – – 12 Time Competed CAM + House Arrest – CAM – Random – SCRAM

19 Making a Difference. Offender numbers speak for themselves  88% felt SCRAM helped them stop drinking  87% would recommend SCRAM to others with alcohol problems  80% paid their court fees and fines while on SCRAM  $13.35 was the average daily dollar amount spent on alcohol before SCRAMx SCRAMx Participant Exit Survey Out of 10,000 offenders:

20 Making a Difference. The Offender Perspective  “The SCRAMx device has proven to me that I can do everyday things in, life no matter what the circumstances... something that AA or other alcohol awareness classes could not make me understand.” “The SCRAMx program saved my life. I was lost in alcohol. SCRAMx should be recommended in every DUI program.” “This was an awakening for me and made me not want to drink − ever. Living is a lot better now. I got my life back!” “Easy choice of go clean or go back to jail. [SCRAMx] does work.” “[With SCRAMx] I didn’t feel like a criminal. The bracelet saved my life and perhaps even someone else’s.” “It kept me from my first drink so I could get back on my feet and make the right choices.” “It allowed me to keep my job, stay with my family, and stay alive.” “The SCRAMx device has proven to me that I can do everyday things in, life no matter what the circumstances... something that AA or other alcohol awareness classes could not make me understand.” The greater good...

21 Making a Difference. When you know that... ??% 77% 83% No formal daily monitoring SCRAM SCRAMx 83% of your alcohol offenders are fully compliant while on SCRAMx... you can:  Focus on the 17% who require more active supervision  Streamline case management  Lower costs and tax burdens  Improve outcomes  Benefit from “smart justice” strategies

22 Making a Difference. Alcohol Monitoring Systems, Inc. 86% SCRAMx Hardcore drunk driving Every state’s problem Thank You! Questions and Answers

23 Making a Difference. Contact Us Presenter name: Scott Cranmore Phone: Cell: TENNESSEE RECOVERY & MONITORING


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